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Sep18

How To Modernise Your 1970s Home

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Does your home feel as though it is stuck in the past? That should come as no surprise if it was built in the 70s, but that does not mean that it is impossible to bring any 70s residence up-to-date and give it a modernised look and feel.

Making your old property fashionable is incredibly easy; it’s just a case of finding the right home enhancements.

A key ingredient that most 70s-built properties offer is that they were constructed to suit the family lifestyle as they would typically feature ample garden space and spaciousness above courtesy of a loft. These are very valuable assets.

Make it even more valuable by investing in one or more of the following home improvement products.

Conservatory / Orangery

Make the boldest of statements by integrating a conservatory or orangery into your residence which will instantly provide a wealth of living space and give you a stylish alternative to the other rooms in the house. You can have a design created that won’t trespass into too much of your garden and can be utilised as anything from a sophisticated dining area to a gorgeous games room.

Skylight

Some internal areas within the house are deprived of light, leaving them feeling uninviting and lifeless. A skylight can be placed in the room’s respective ceiling to draw in natural light from the sun and illuminate the location to give it a new-found energy.

Porch

Clutter is a common cause of frustration for homeowners – we’re a nation of hoarders. Adding a porch to your existing entranceway will give you a storage spot for hats, coats, scarves, shoes and other types of apparel so that they no longer occupy space that could be used more efficiently.

Windows and Doors

Double glazing was first developed in the late 1960s-70s, so there’s a chance that your current windows and doors only contain a single pane of glass. Single glazed windows and doors are responsible for any draughts that you feel indoors and those overly expensive energy bills. The installation of double glazed windows and doors will rectify both problems and they won’t succumb to the wear and tear that causes timber windows and doors to deteriorate in appearance and performance.

Explore our full product range to uncover further ways of making a 70s home a property fit for the 21st Century. Get a FREE quote here.

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